eTown’s Free 30th b’Earthday Celebration To Feature Bob Weir, Sam Bush, Lyle Lovett, And More This Thursday, April 22nd
In honor of 30 years of extraordinary live music paired with social and environmental programming, Colorado’s beloved radio show and multimedia nonprofit eTown is throwing a party for the ages, honoring both its 30th “b’Earthday” and eTown’s induction into Colorado Music Hall of Fame; Founders Nick and Helen Forster recently spoke about both with The Bluegrass Situation, read more
Dead & Company just announced their return with Playing In The Sand 2022, and tonight we take a trip back to the beaches of Riviera Maya for the return of One More Saturday Night! Tonight they'll air the January 19 seaside show from Playing In The Sand 2020, so get your fruity drink and flip flops ready, the party begins at 9pm ET / 6pm PT
It’s been 30 busy and productive years since the launch of the world-renowned radio show turned full-blown multimedia nonprofit eTown. In honor of 30 years of great live music paired with social and environmental programming, eTown is throwing a party for the ages, honoring both its 30th birthday and eTown’s induction into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.
Rex Foundation is pleased to announce that its annual benefit concert is going virtual this year, being held on December 12, 2020 at 7pm EST, with a VIP pre-show hosted by Trixie Garcia & Garcia Hand Picked beginning at 6pm EST.
Susana Millman is petite, quiet, and a long-time member of the G.D. family, so when she got serious about photography and began shooting events backstage and away from shows….no one minded. As a result, her book Alive with the Dead / A Fly on the Wall with a Camera, self-published in 2016, was stuffed with shots from places most Dead photographers couldn’t go—Bob Weir’s wedding, a party at Mickey Hart’s house with Jerry, Governor Jerry Brown, and the Gyuto Monks, and lots more. Unsurprisingly, it was a huge hit, and traveling around the country meeting hundreds of ‘heads and selling it was enormously satisfying.
Today, HeadCount announced they have registered over 1 million voters since the nonpartisan organization was founded in 2004, with nearly half coming during the 2020 election cycle.
While the organization has spent most of the past decade and a half registering voters at concerts and music festivals, the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to pivot to a mostly digital approach, which led to some of the most viral pop culture moments of this election cycle.